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* DuelsDecideEverything: Averted almost entirely. Here, is the ''humans'' who regularly beat the snot out of each other in fisticuffs, and pokemon mostly serve to grant power boosts to the human combatants via Burst Hearts.

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* DuelsDecideEverything: Averted almost entirely. Here, is its the ''humans'' who regularly beat the snot out of each other in fisticuffs, and pokemon Pokemon mostly serve to grant power boosts to the human combatants via Burst Hearts.


* DuelsDecideEverything: Averted almost entirely. Here, is the ''humans'' who regularly beat the snot out of each other in fisticuffs, and pokemon mostly serve to grant power boosts via FusionDance.

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* DuelsDecideEverything: Averted almost entirely. Here, is the ''humans'' who regularly beat the snot out of each other in fisticuffs, and pokemon mostly serve to grant power boosts to the human combatants via FusionDance.Burst Hearts.


* DuelsDecideEverything: Averted almost entirely. Everyone trades physical, mon-enhanced blows with each other '''personally''', instead of having traditional mon battles to settle every quarrel.

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* DuelsDecideEverything: Averted almost entirely. Everyone trades physical, mon-enhanced blows with Here, is the ''humans'' who regularly beat the snot out of each other '''personally''', instead of having traditional mon battles in fisticuffs, and pokemon mostly serve to settle every quarrel.grant power boosts via FusionDance.


''Pocket Monsters [=RéBURST=]'', referred to in English as ''Pokémon [=RéBURST=]'', is a manga series adapting the ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' franchise, focusing on the {{mon}}s of ''VideoGame/PokemonBlackAndWhite'' and published in [[AnthologyComic Weekly Shonen Sunday]]. It's probably the biggest departure from the basic ''Pokémon'' concept in the franchise's history, completely averting DuelsDecideEverything, utilizing the [[MoeAnthropomorphism gijinka]] as a main focus, and further expanding it.

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''Pocket Monsters [=RéBURST=]'', referred to in English as ''Pokémon [=RéBURST=]'', is a manga series adapting the ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' franchise, focusing on the {{mon}}s of ''VideoGame/PokemonBlackAndWhite'' and published in [[AnthologyComic Weekly Shonen Sunday]]. It's probably the biggest departure from the basic ''Pokémon'' concept in the franchise's history, completely averting DuelsDecideEverything, history utilizing the [[MoeAnthropomorphism gijinka]] as a main focus, and further expanding it.



* DuelsDecideEverything: Averted almost entirely. Everyone trades physical, mon-enhanced blows with each other '''personally''', instead of having traditional mon battles to settle every quarrel.



* GoodOldFisticuffs: Screw settling every conflict with mon battles. This time, it's the humans '''themselves''' who regularly beat the living shit out of each other, in a huge departure from the franchise's status quo.


''Pocket Monsters [=RéBURST=]'', referred to in English as ''Pokémon [=RéBURST=]'', is a manga series adapting the ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' franchise, focusing on the {{mon}}s of ''VideoGame/PokemonBlackAndWhite'' and published in [[AnthologyComic Weekly Shonen Sunday]]. It's probably the biggest departure from the basic ''Pokémon'' concept in the franchise's history, utilizing the [[MoeAnthropomorphism gijinka]] as a main focus, and further expanding it.

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''Pocket Monsters [=RéBURST=]'', referred to in English as ''Pokémon [=RéBURST=]'', is a manga series adapting the ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' franchise, focusing on the {{mon}}s of ''VideoGame/PokemonBlackAndWhite'' and published in [[AnthologyComic Weekly Shonen Sunday]]. It's probably the biggest departure from the basic ''Pokémon'' concept in the franchise's history, completely averting DuelsDecideEverything, utilizing the [[MoeAnthropomorphism gijinka]] as a main focus, and further expanding it.


''Pokémon [=RéBURST=]'' is a manga series adapting the ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' franchise, focusing on the {{mon}}s of ''VideoGame/PokemonBlackAndWhite'' and published in [[AnthologyComic Weekly Shonen Sunday]]. It's probably the biggest departure from the basic ''Pokémon'' concept in the franchise's history, utilizing the [[MoeAnthropomorphism gijinka]] as a main focus, and further expanding it.

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''Pocket Monsters [=RéBURST=]'', referred to in English as ''Pokémon [=RéBURST=]'' [=RéBURST=]'', is a manga series adapting the ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' franchise, focusing on the {{mon}}s of ''VideoGame/PokemonBlackAndWhite'' and published in [[AnthologyComic Weekly Shonen Sunday]]. It's probably the biggest departure from the basic ''Pokémon'' concept in the franchise's history, utilizing the [[MoeAnthropomorphism gijinka]] as a main focus, and further expanding it.

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* {{Expy}}: Karuta is this to [[Manga/{{Naruto}} Naruto]] from the latter's eponymous series.


* DarkerAndEdgier: Is stated to be this, in comparison to all the other ''Pokémon'' manga. The concept of mon battles deciding every conflict is thrown out the window in favor of humans fusing with mons and beating the crap out of each other.

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* DarkerAndEdgier: Is stated to be this, in comparison to all the other ''Pokémon'' manga. The concept of mon battles deciding every conflict is thrown out the window in favor of humans fusing with mons and beating the crap out of each other.Not too dark, but it's definitely edgier, all right.



* GoodOldFisticuffs: This time, its the '''humans''' who regularly engage in this, instead of settling every conflict with mon battles.

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* GoodOldFisticuffs: This time, its the '''humans''' who regularly engage in this, instead of Screw settling every conflict with mon battles.battles. This time, it's the humans '''themselves''' who regularly beat the living shit out of each other, in a huge departure from the franchise's status quo.


* DarkerAndEdgier: Is stated to be this, in comparison to all the other ''Pokémon'' manga. It's... Edgier all right.

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* DarkerAndEdgier: Is stated to be this, in comparison to all the other ''Pokémon'' manga. It's... Edgier all right.The concept of mon battles deciding every conflict is thrown out the window in favor of humans fusing with mons and beating the crap out of each other.


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* GoodOldFisticuffs: This time, its the '''humans''' who regularly engage in this, instead of settling every conflict with mon battles.


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''Pokémon [=RéBURST=]'' is a manga series adapting the ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' franchise, focusing on the {{mon}}s of ''VideoGame/PokemonBlackAndWhite'' and published in [[{{AnthologyComic}} Weekly Shonen Sunday.]] It's probably the biggest departure from the basic ''Pokémon'' concept in the franchise's history, utilizing the [[MoeAnthropomorphism gijinka]] as a main focus, and further expanding it.

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[[caption-width-right:268: [[caption-width-right:350: Not your average group of Trainers.]]

''Pokémon [=RéBURST=]'' is a manga series adapting the ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' franchise, focusing on the {{mon}}s of ''VideoGame/PokemonBlackAndWhite'' and published in [[{{AnthologyComic}} [[AnthologyComic Weekly Shonen Sunday.]] Sunday]]. It's probably the biggest departure from the basic ''Pokémon'' concept in the franchise's history, utilizing the [[MoeAnthropomorphism gijinka]] as a main focus, and further expanding it.


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''Pokemon [=ReBURST=]'' is a manga series adapting the ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' franchise, focusing on the {{mon}}s of ''VideoGame/PokemonBlackAndWhite'' and published in [[{{AnthologyComic}} Weekly Shonen Sunday.]] It's probably the biggest departure from the basic ''Pokemon'' concept in the franchise's history, utilizing the [[MoeAnthropomorphism gijinka]] as a main focus, and further expanding it.

The main protagonist is Ryouga, a boy with superhuman strength. Joining Ryouga is Miruto, a girl who works for an organization that tracks down people who use Pokemon for evil, Yappy, a journalist who resembles a Pansage, Karuta, a {{Ninja}}, and Rug, a thief. The plot centers around "Burst," the ability to use special gems called Burst Hearts that contain Pokemon stored inside of them to transform into [[MoeAnthropomorphism human Pokemon hybrids.]] Ryouga's Burst is [[OlympusMons Zekrom,]] Karuta's is an [[GratuitousNinja Accelgor,]] and Rug has a [[CatGirl Purrloin.]]

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''Pokemon [=ReBURST=]'' ''Pokémon [=RéBURST=]'' is a manga series adapting the ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' franchise, focusing on the {{mon}}s of ''VideoGame/PokemonBlackAndWhite'' and published in [[{{AnthologyComic}} Weekly Shonen Sunday.]] It's probably the biggest departure from the basic ''Pokemon'' ''Pokémon'' concept in the franchise's history, utilizing the [[MoeAnthropomorphism gijinka]] as a main focus, and further expanding it.

The main protagonist is Ryouga, a boy with superhuman strength. Joining Ryouga is Miruto, a girl who works for an organization that tracks down people who use Pokemon Pokémon for evil, Yappy, a journalist who resembles a Pansage, Karuta, a {{Ninja}}, and Rug, a thief. The plot centers around "Burst," the ability to use special gems called Burst Hearts that contain Pokemon Pokémon stored inside of them to transform into [[MoeAnthropomorphism human Pokemon human-Pokémon hybrids.]] Ryouga's Burst is [[OlympusMons Zekrom,]] Karuta's is an [[GratuitousNinja Accelgor,]] and Rug has a [[CatGirl Purrloin.]]



!!''Pokemon Reburst'' contains examples of:

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!!''Pokemon Reburst'' !!''Pokémon [=RéBURST=]'' contains examples of:



* HotterAndSexier: ''Reburst'' has more {{fanservice}} than most other ''Pokemon'' media.

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* HotterAndSexier: ''Reburst'' has more {{fanservice}} than most other ''Pokemon'' ''Pokémon'' media.


** All Burst forms involving [[OlympusMons Legendaries]], with Ryouga's Zekrom Burst being heroic one.

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** All Burst forms involving [[OlympusMons Legendaries]], with Ryouga's Zekrom Burst being a heroic one.



* HotterAndSexier: ''Reburst'' has more {{fanservice}} than most other ''Pokemon'' media, before ''Anime/PokemonGenerations'' come.

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* HotterAndSexier: ''Reburst'' has more {{fanservice}} than most other ''Pokemon'' media, before ''Anime/PokemonGenerations'' come.media.


* FauxActionGirl: Miruto.

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* %%* FauxActionGirl: Miruto.



* {{Ninja}}: Karuta.
* OutOfFocus: Pokemon themselves.

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* %%* {{Ninja}}: Karuta.
* OutOfFocus: Pokemon themselves.Pokémon themselves. It takes several chapters for one to even show up. All Pokémon not from Gen V are absent ''entirely''.


* AntiVillain: Some Great Gavel members do have redeeming traits or sympathetic backstories, like [[BewareTheNiceOnes Carola]] or Fraud. Even [[AntiHero Hariru]] can count as one.



* HotterAndSexier: ''Reburst'' has more {{fanservice}} than most ''Pokemon'' media.
* MasterOfIllusion: Hariru.

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* HotterAndSexier: ''Reburst'' has more {{fanservice}} than most other ''Pokemon'' media.
media, before ''Anime/PokemonGenerations'' come.
* MasterOfIllusion: Hariru.Hariru, considering he's an AntiHero in his all right.


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* YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness: The Seven Warriors got kicked out from Great Gavel in later chapters, prompting them to use Three Generals instead.

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* HijackingCthulhu:
** All Burst forms involving [[OlympusMons Legendaries]], with Ryouga's Zekrom Burst being heroic one.
** Later chapters reveal [[spoiler: Great Gavel doing business of abducting Legendary Pokémon and turning them into Burst Hearts]].

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